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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1882

30 matter travel- classes White or Brown Broad. Nineteenth Century. The earliest agitator in the observed two years ago, when ing in Gloil v, that the laboring there live healthily and work well upon a vegetable diet, the staple article of which is bread of well-ground wheat meal. 3STor are the Sicilians by any means the only people so supported. "The Hindus of the Northwestern Province can walk fifty or sixty miles a day with no other food than 'chapat ties,' made of the whole meal, with a little 'ghee,' or Galam butter:' Turk ish and Arab porters, capablo of carry ing burdens of from 400 to 600 pounds live on bread only, with the occasional addition of fruit and vegetables. The Spartans and Romans of old time lived their vigorous lives on bread made of wheaten meal. In northern as well as Southern, climates, wo find the same thing. In Russia, Sweden, Scotland and elsewhere, the poor live chiefly on bread, always made from some whole meal wheat, oats or rye and the peasantry, of wh...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1882

'-" J ii.j-jgiiii ui 'ir . I 1. " 'I ' " " '" "' ' -'""" -I-1 ifMmmMuwmnivi.. i ijIWui a !. VSMMMWMiM JBi .-. . - Tff Iiftjmib jnwt V ( -&- CANDEE, it&u nft f TOmprt iw JUL w. miii f smMMC ouwr, - -ji - w w -vrBB. -- .- INDIAN TRADER mammf&mwmm -' . 1.sSJfcg 9S ,aKviPuu mm in. if l?ifcwl5rr ft SPA- -r mmw -rnr-t a nv ttn. hr arum vr . W. .a-. aUU :! 3.1 -" rail mn rijom $w ..' mpatf m4 .is Tttiwrj t!ir ar?'u fstr? r.- , "c ".in ?jv . x 'i v " ,ri .' cu :-; at fi n oi in. v. Vi "'jf - -.. . nr '. i- : ii! '-f.i -T.fr.ru 7" f C-iyUJtk v uir.r.t a.v IWjiCJHI fli- " f J EXEKAL MERCHANDISE, DASLES'GTOX, I. T. Ar ia MTiifU&gUL "far? Tar rfWW?- twite-A h 'imyWt 1il' ..-. Uur rr-T a. -----"- -- . - , r, , v SUE IM? ' tl- '7 - A kn fty- f Jfa&w V Ktak their c;. . :. : fc 4Nn IV 0ta Vmq , iffhfy her Wwr; i-r!. hmvt- tftiWi tw. hmf'tfA the.- ltram$ v 'fr.- I'M' Xk-iw Hrmtr K ! wit rm wAifr tit 'tc: hjtMf- matt h fcirri if, U. ) M ' if- 't jJ1' ?v ' rn- r-irA 1. .fi tAi r.v ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

303 CHETEN VOL.3. I)ARLtNGTON,L.T.,JAN."25,188i " NO. 11." THE STOCKMAN. Thoru is nothing so guy, As when during May The stockmen nro'Uuving theiv rouud-np. No longer in cnmp, And in mud houses dump, Tho Jolly cow hoys uro bound up. The Mcxiuna pony He looks proud nnd tony, And flecms to feel wintor is over; Curos ad., for liis muster, And runs nil the fustor, Ho is smelling the grass and the olovcr. And many a beast Is Inter shipped East Whllo westward goes nuuiy a dollar? 80 stocknven come all And dress up in (he fall, Boal nobby from tho feet to the oollar. A3 theclothingmcn's "Boas" . Ie well known Kahu & Sohloss. Where the stocicinon all moot and are trading So you'll purchnsc 1 guess, At tho firm "K. & S." WI1016 goods wear forever without fading. Kahn & Soilless, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUA RTERS Cot. Jao. Ave. & Main Straat. KANSAS CITY MO. COSAN1) A MOSSER, Photographers CALDVnsrLIi, KAN. ? J. W. BOKSON, Oontractor & Builder, CALDWELL KAN. J.imo, hair, eemon-t &a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

36- IDE CH EY EKNEJTR A MSPORTER. , rUULISIIKD SEMI MONTHLY, In ilie Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress. terms, $1.00 a year, i1t advance. aToomToTbennetl The Jeannette Crushed in the Ice off the Coast of Siberia, A special cablegram from London, under date of Dec. 20, says: The gov ernor of Siberia has just issued a proc lamation announcing that the Arctic voyage ship, the Jeannette, is safe, with all on board well and all her equip ments intact. The governor, who has taken for a long time a great interest in Arctic explorations, caused an ex traordinary exploring party to bo sent out to hunt the tracks of the Jean nette, when he learned that fears were entertained that misfortune had over taken her and that relief expeditions were being organized in her interest by the different governments. Knowing the delays incidental to such govern ment action, he at once equipped and sent out on his own account, a party of the most experienced and reliable ex plorers at his command,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

3df t ALL SORTS, It is now certain that the culture of cane in southern Oregen will soon be a most important industry. A lady in Plumas county, California, has tamed a snake, which she takes de light in handling and caressing. A Ilawkinsville, Ga., lawyer has in his hands a mortgage on a set of teeth belonging to a lady in Dooley county. A Methodist minister of Brooklyn has sued a saloon-keeper for the loss of his son's services through loafing in the saloon. The new building for Trinity college, Hartford, Conn., erected by bequest of the late Charles H. Norfcham, is to be called "Nortliam Towers." The authorities of Brooklyn have completed their inspection of the the aters in that city, and will now turn their attention to the churches. Aunt Sally Stockwell, of Brattleboro, Vt., who is approaching her 103d birthday, continues in excellent health, while her memory of past events is re markable. Five hundred bags of Italian beans, the first importation from Italy in the history of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

t .1 in.iMimn.iii II' Ml Ull I'll I III II IT II Hill" " imwppi wjmuu,iii : m I'l I "I'll Mill I ' 'I' '"" IIL'.1JW''"JII"""K' .... .,.. ... i ., !... rf..lWIII Ml mt !! 'OllW ll MIIWPllMlflin! llM linh HI' I l '"""-"" I I II I I I I l The Transporter I'UDMBHKI) SI'.MI-MONTIILT. IWVIlXJNaTON, INDIAN terhitory Sabocriptlon, $1. por yoar In advauwj. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher WEDNESDAY, JANUARY '10, 18&J. wmwiniwiiiinwi iiinjiwBWiiuia.niiiiwmumii Mr. Kennedy, a large owner of cattle in Texas, recently completed n sale of cattle aggregating $1,250, 000 to the Prairie Cattle Company. "Dodge Times. J. S. Danford, the defaulting bank er, has sued the citizens of .Caldwell for $100,000 damages. If the Cald well people had hung the scoundrel when they had him this trouble would have been avoided. A petition for title to land in sev eralty and signed by iifty-two Oma ha Indians, was recently presented to congress. The Indians set forth that they have taken out regular certificat...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

say jiJ'AUMuiio.iiimuuiuLulaJmjlJiMJi '" '""' ""'"' ""J?1 IfcWB-JMMMIWWWI ll'IHfl IHIlllMimvrTi1TtTMl 1 fil'l i 1 1 II If II g i Tni'ki i.i rn -r Mrt- H 9 v J I. J 1 VOL. 3. ' DA.KLINGTON, i. T.. JAN. 25, 1882. NO. 1 1 . ''srjv3rssMuMu3mm-jxuat r ST I V X 1 llAiN !ol U -ft 1 it fct Tl 1J11 n 8 fi -ooo- 338 OALDWFLL and WKLL1 NGTOX. "HOLMES & CO., WholonttlRiidiitftil Dealors in All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. PntftT DoOK NOUTH OF Til K PoSTOI'.nClE. All Sorts. San -Jose, (.mL claims to be (Ik only city in tin world that has all its streets lighted by. electricity. The Northern Part lie lnis agreed to lay a track bf standard gauge to llic geysers. Permission to build hotels in Yellostonc Park bfis been given by the Government. ANAOARKO 1TKMS. Win. Malaloy and .John Murphy wore down bust week and went home intending to come again before long and purchase a lot of horseo from the Indians. The Agent arrived home on the 1J th inst., fr.oin a vary pleasant tri to the State.. OA...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

J XjXSMm 3d .,1 ... ZSZXC'A tHC"" ',TVSJ -..i.iiriittj.iivrmtrPfVfW.lrrmVT.r.1.rilTlTr.wl mmTMrrji IMtUfMMI -. jania&iifcMWfcfftfiia.MiiiiiiwwiapiiiiffT.sw K ! iw.l7lilAnlU?tomcBllmrt,w,0,n,,, .AiH'lv.ry.nnmlnrhcfImnmfiM- Mr. Clark,., of Anadarko. nrrivraT The Atlantic PaePr Mirny nmiie snouiu can on u i ahdecand at this Agency yesterday, party, except Copt. Gloas'.n, started ' linm UNM mfS M,MK iml lncos. , . -vriw..i,i .. ,1... m, n,. ji in. .mi II'IIUUI, III lllf till VitV., MAIL TIM liTANM-I. (uklwill II. Sill l.luo. Ainitvie. Aitimr.. J-boiuNoiMh II n. m. tfrfiin South I0n. u. Munrinyn lUei'ptort. SumlnyR Hfcwplotl. Stub's, mime time, uulnis S. Tiifwlnyft, ailurailnyH&sniui'ilnyH; joliifc N, Mondays "Vortni'siliiyM & IVUIiiys. A.T. tf S. V. If.li.TI'MK TAIU.K. Ol.nWI.l.UWATION. II. A. Todd, the man who is idv- ing us such .'a splendid mail scrvic i.down looking alter th hue. rw " . ji - o oi Mori Kcno, was arrested 3ft80t1g0r. .4MJ0tf2aiO(lJitloH, AllltlVK. II -fid ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

3 HUHW IIWI 4WffW"tPWW tMMWNMMMHM i 'i' i'lHijimni) hi m v rmmt pNHf PATENTS Wo continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats, Trado Marks, Copyrights, etc., for tho United states, Canada, Cuba, England, Franco, Germany, etc. Wo liavo had thirty-ftvo years' experience. Patents obtained through us arc noticed in the Sci entific American. This largo and splendid illus trated wccklypaper,$3.20ayear,sliowstheProgiesi of Sciencn, is very interesting, and has an enormous circulation. Address MUNN & CO., Patent Solici tors, Pub's, of Bcikntipio American, 37 Park Row. KwYork. Hand book about Patents free. H. A. TODD. On either side. Hor sebraii d same on left boulder. P. 0., Caldwell, Kan. Oburn & Montgomery. A. M. Walter, manager, Dar lington, Ind. T. llorso brand o right hip M K O-O TO George Boni, Darlington, I T Also ADA. ittmrfP .. 0&U K W.i wSltvW A vl Cromwell and Van Eaton, Fort Reno, Ind. Tcr. Horse, pain e lcil shoulder 'Z7MggmmB PHOPBlETOKS FORT RENO DAIRY. Milk ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

3,1 & HOW MONEY IS MADE, The Curious and Interesting History of a Dollar. Brooklyn I&irIc. The fact that money is a subject of universal interest probably accounts for the largo number of visitors to the bureau of engraving and printing at Washington, where Uncle Sam prints his promises to pay and the various stamps required to bo used on certain articles. A stranger on a short visit to the capital will not fail to visit this institution and trace the history of a dollar from the time it is simply a sheet of blank papor until he sees it bundled up with a lot of its follows, ready to be sent to the bank and paid out through the pigeon hole of the paying teller. THE TAPER on which our national securities are printed is manufactured at present in JiTew England. The owners of the mills that make it are the patentees of what is called the "localized blue liber," which runs through the right hand end of the United States notes, and on the back of the bonds, etc. This pecu liar fib...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

31 IK Wheat and Clover. The Western Homestead. Wheat is undoubtedly the most per fect food yet discovered for the use of man. When properly ground and pre pared, it will sustain all the functions of an active life in health and vigor better than any other single article of diet meat, grain or vegetable. Bone. muscle, fat, brain and fuel are stored away in the cells of this little seed in just and beautiful proportion. It is a noble grain, and as its fine qualities become better known the demand be comes wider and more pressing. There is no probability that this demand will decrease, and the world's markot can never be permanently glutted with it. It can be stored for any length of time, and pecuniary necessity alone will force it on the market. It is not strange, then, that with such a universal and steady demand its culture should extend as rapidly as the conditions of soil and climate will permit. America is now the great wheat-producing country of the world every acre is being pr...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 January 1882

31?- mrmmn.nt.Ji jjjMiwuuumuwhmp imhiilw ii ilium imm,uu.wiiniin ,timn,'iijui,ii'unn-:wuji'i' a.awiaiiiuwiwuiJiwMMJjmMwnMwawfrnM ik'atfmr.-t'vjrjj, in ifci)miimi'n.masii .-' " ' ' " INJ fcajigaa,,, W . ii ii m i ii Coyboys in need ofloggins should uail td poo L. Cundee'H stook and .priooB. A genuine "norther" furnished entertainment for Territory people on tho 16th. It was followed by cold but calm weather. .Best stock of gonta furnishing goods ever opened m the Territory at Council's. The "Council Fire0 published by Col. A. B. Meacham, at Washington, D. C., lias been changed in form to a thirty-two page magazine. Call and examine the drcssgoods and goods for ladies' wear at L. Candec's Tho Government has sold to tho different tribes of Indians since 1878, 8,558 wagons, most of which have been paid for by freighting. The York-Parker-Drapcr Mer cantile Company curry the largest stock of goods and will make lower prices than any other house in South-west Kansas. The Pueblo Indian scho...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

y aJ CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, YOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., FEB. 10, 1882. NO. 12. t&scvf&rrimcrxirBniMVM&jimax'xraauji&kcu 7-jaaai JiiMiiriiw.iwMrMiuwciMmjuuMMiJM8iii THE STOCKMAN. There is nothing so guy, As when during Mny The stockmen arc having thcte "round-up. No longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, Tho jolly cow boys arc bound up. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony, And seems to feel winter is over; Cures ad., for his master, And runs all tho faster, Ho is smelling the grass and the clover. And many a beast Is later shipped East Wliilo westward goes many a dollar; So stockmen come all And dress up in tho fall, Keal nobby from the feet to the collar. A3 thoclothingmon's "Boss" Is well known Kahn fc Sehlot-s. Where the stockmen all moot and are trading So you'll purchase 1 guess, At the firm "K. & P." Whose goods wear forever without fading. ' Kahn & Schloss, STOCKMEN'S HEAWQUAftTERS Cor. Mo. Ave. & Main Stroot. KANSAS CITY, MO. COSAN1) it MOSSEll...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

I vn j wW - THE CHEY ENNE TRANSPORTER. ruuLisiiKD skmt monthly, In ttie Interest of Infllanjlvlllzatloii and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR," IN ADVANCE. ft mi inn w nm n SCIENTIFIC, Ammonia has been used with great success by M. Melseus, of the lloynl Belgian Academy of Medicine, in the treatment of pulmonary diseases. It ia a curious fact that a ball fired through glass may make a hole enough smaller than the full size of ball be fore firing to provent an unfired ball of the same caliber from passing through. A citizen of central Now York is the owner of twenty-two factories, and is one of tho largest cheese manufac turers in the country. His annual product amounts to forty-five thousand cheese. Russian railroads and sugar refiner ies are disusing tho Ostrianand Carwin coal and buying English coal. It seems tho Russian vessels, after carrying car goes of produce to England, find it dif ficult to obtain anything to take back, and so they offer to take coal at a very low rate rather ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

4 FaRRT notes. Regularity in feeding goes far toward insuring success. Chicago has a class of stockmen known as "stock cattlo scalpers." rrho dairy calves sold at Chicago last year reached a total of 48,948 head. Watch your fowls and see that no disea30.or vermin is getting a sly foot hold. Montreal, Canada, exported. 42,000 cattle and 61,000 sheep to England in 1881. Hundreds of farmers are yearly, giv ing up their common fowls for pure bred. A Glasgow vessel recently brought three hundred tons of potatoes to New York. The southern land market is more active than it has been for twenty years. The cattlo received at Chicago last year averaged 1,120 pounds in weight and $53 per head in price. The receipts of clieeso in Chicago during 1881 were 1,018,881 boxes, of which 777. G75 boxes were shipped. Insist on your merchant ordering L. E. Ransom Butter Color it is the best and cheapest free from chemi cals. Josiah .T. Kermerson, of Barnet, Art, has a cow, the Jersey Queen, which made 45...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

'i,b ?rrwwermw;y.tiKrtmv,A'frsrnj(m !! m iiwmtMmmmmmHmmkm&mmaHmmmHrmtiammmrmm m&mmmmmmmnm The Transporter 1'UnM8HUI BlIMI-MONTHI.T. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per year in advance W. A . EATON, Editor & Publisher Kill DAY KJSIlltL'AKY 10, 18S2. Fresh butter and eggs ut Council's. The heaviest snow of the season foil on the night of the 20lh ult. A nobby line of boots and shoes, the best makes going at ConnelLs. The St. Louis & San Francisco railroad, from Vanita westward, is progressing rapidly. Cowboys in need of leggins should call aud seo L. Ctmdec's stock and pricoB. The Advocate says the Osnges would like to become a part of the Cherokee nation, which would cer tainty bo a good move. , Best stock of gents furnishing goods ever opened in the Territory at Conncll's. .Inspector Pollock is spoken of for Indian- Commissioner. He is a good man for the placo and we hope to sec him appointed. Bushy head, chief of the Cherokees, is still after the snw ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

m 37' t&M TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. rtfr YOL. 3. DAHLINGTON, I. T., FEB. 10, 1882. . NO. 12. ww a khsu:m ix J .-338 CALDWELL and "WELLINGTON, 33o ..HOLMES & CO., Wliolcsalc'anUHetail Dealers in All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions, Fjust Doort Nojmi op tub Postofpicjs, CALDWELL, KANSAS FARMS FREE TO ALL. -333- WELLINGTON, KANSAS. -333- " " ' ' ii irrTnfiwimiii mil i ihiiihwiimmhb wjw T. H. McLaughlin. Wholesale and ltutull Dculer3 in GROCERIES, STONEWAKE, AND COAL OIL. Wo have the largest stock of goods in our line in the city. Stockmen, dealers and others jgiven special attention. ARKANSAS CITY KAN. TiivrjujgsawgMiu.jifjiTL'iJ.C'Wsanasg $$alnul (Mills, SEARING & MEAD, Prop's. Patent New Process AKD Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and iced .always on hand at lowest rates. Oregon and Washington, the land of never-failing crops, where grass hoppers, chinch-bugs, drought or hard winters are unknown, offers free homesteads to all, on fertile govern ment lands. Railroad lands i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

nwvmwJUTCiii "7. l ) i ' 3 'l v r i , ?f , i & 1 $& is Entered uttho l'owtofflco at Darlington, hh iiccond clflsw mutton MAIL TIME TABLK. AKRIVti. From North 11 ft. m. t. Mondays Kxceptud. Caldwell A Ft. bill Line. AHHIVK. From South 10 a. ni. Sundays Kxoeptod. SUkcb. HHino time. Kolnjr S. TuuBiluyu. Thursdaya Saturday; going N. Mondaya, WednvstluyH A Fridays. A. T. A S. F. K. H, TIME TABLE. CAI.DWKLL fcTATION. AltlUVK. 11:50 A.M. 8:40 1'. M. yPfcnKor. Accommodation, DKPAUr. : 00 l M. A: 20 A.M. , lorn Local Items. No cases of small pox in this sec lion, yet reported. L. Candce has just received a ima stock of Thurbcr's canned good 8 try them. 7). Hays, having examined things here to his satisfaction, left by stage Wednesday, for Wichita. Mr. J. II. Soger gave a magic lan m exhibition at Wolf Robe's resi- mce Tuesday evening, to a crowd of about fifty camp Indians. Large and choice awortmo.nl of fancy candies, nuts, figs, dates, &c, fcc, at Council's. Mr, A. D. Brannan, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

19 HtiMH'JgM13CreW.lWMrtyA'WMI .(iwyjjo Bc.nt, Darlington, I T Also ADA. z:g-q rro J&738EES Also triangle. on left jaw. .Jus Rennle, White lk a (I JIlll.JndTer. m i" ?f . i.. ' V. ""l.Mlf-- . rw-. ,rro.t3?k Hfc UTf,i icmi-,-).-. !) C..J& Olmrn & 7s 1Mt3XSiF& mmm W WMBiViPll J '"WXKd.'V vlvW- iP99m manager, Oar- istfwwsssKPr j illusion, ma. i . J1U1HO urumi o 1 I I TvratorsTOMilk'fl ' HI II 111) 1 &a:imAr&r? J '4!iuul2far t Sw?; H.A.TODD. jf un euner sicic. fc$ffijs;fKi9i? Hprse bran d 'SHgftgftg same on icii lTOra5Wf Bhouklor. P. ()., fir W Caldwell, Kan. Jg&&&$h?r: j Cromwell and 01 ?&K&L w "TW VVBWfc R V I Iml. Tor. aA' $ Horse, Punic lcfiuhoulrter PROPHIETOBS FORT RENO DAIRY. Milk delivered regularly ovory morning at Fort Reno and Darlington. j2'tdt m R. King, Santa Gertrudes, Texas. K on left jaw. Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will bo Pruinptly Furnished You At. Lowest Possible Rates. A.nybhing we do not K...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

3L THE NIGHT-WIND. Once, whon Hie night-wind clapped its wings, And Hhook the window-bars and roof, 1 heard the souls of Imttle-klnga , Drive by in clashing proof! Sometimes, a runic strlfo it kept, Of whiter nights, In sh'olod trcos; Or underneath the paves it crept- A swarm of murmuring bees. Or, now, wild huntsmen of the air In hollow cha-o thoir bugles blow, While swill o'er wood and hill-top bare Thoidirill-voiced qunrr How. Sometimes heard of lovers down, Safe, under ward of storm nnd night, To where, in sylvan lodue, thoro ahono A taper kind and bright. These things tho nlghl-wind used to tell, And still would loll, If J might hear; But sorrow sleeps too sound and well To lend a dreamful eur. miith M. Thomas, Ui tho Mldioinlcr Century. A PERILOUS SITUATION. A now territory infecM by Indians, and filling up rapidly with adventurers in quest of gold, will always bo tho theater of thrilling events. Such a re gionwas the Black Hills in 187567. Many a night has tho writer sat in t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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